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10 Social Networks for Developers

Though the stereotipical developer might be a socially awkward geek, developers are among the most active users of social networks. They usually prefer sites that...
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Blog | 1910 Design & Communication: A Typographic Approach to Email

A Typographic Approach to Email #html #css #webdesign
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Off The Beaten Canvas: Exploring The Potential Of The Off-Canvas Pattern | Smashing Mobile

The off-canvas flyout menu has taken over as the primary navigation pattern for mobile layouts — even some desktop layouts have jumped on board. And for good reason: An off-canvas menu is a great way to maintain context while giving the user a lot of additional information.
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A Detailed Introduction To Custom Elements | Smashing Coding

This article explains what Custom Elements are for, why they’re so transformative and how to use them. #javascript #html
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Lets Try: Duo - A Dual Mobile and Desktop Web Browser

I came across this neat little utility recently, and thought I'd give it a try to boost my frontend development workflow. Duo is a mac app by that that allows you to simultaneously browse any website with a 320px version on the left and resizeable viewport on the right. When visiting a URL, the page is loaded on both sizes. From the site: Duo is a web browser that allows you to keep an eye on mobile without losing sight of the desktop. If you're into Responsive Web Development, we made Duo for you. Initial Thoughts Pros Not having to constantly resize the window At its core, this is what it does best. Duo simply gives you a dual view of each page. When working on responsive sites, i constantly find myself resizing the width of the viewport back and forth between the 3 common widths. Duo solves this problem with the dual panes. Plain and simple. Works with LiveReload This one is almost a no-brainer, but LiveReload has become a staple in my frontend development workflow. LiveReload dete
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How jQuery Works | jQuery Learning Center

How jQuery Works | jQuery Learning Center | Frontend Web Development | Scoop.it

This is a basic tutorial, designed to help you get started using jQuery. 


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